As much as Johnathan Sanchez struggled, the difference in this game was one bad pitch by Sanchez. One pitch. Cruz led off the second with a double, but Sanchez pulled it together the next two batters. Molina was hot, so walking him wasn't a bad outcome if Sanchez were pitching around him. Moreland had a very good at bat, and Sanchez battled back. Moreland slammed the pitch he needed to, deep into the bleachers. This is what a good hitter does. He hits the one pitch he needs to all game long, and that's all it takes at the major league level to win a game.
On the other hand, the Giants have been doing all year long just what Moreland did in game 3, and it has been written off as luck. Could I get away with labeling this Texas Rangers World Series home run as luck? Not a chance. Anyway, the Giants showed signs of getting to the Rangers pitching late in the game, but it was too little, too late. Feliz came in and blew the Giants away in the ninth. The key to the rest of the Series is for the Giants to keep this kid on the bench. The Giants didn't play all that bad, and the Ranger bats showed us what they were capable of doing. Josh Hamilton finally showed up in this series with a solo shot to give the Rangers an insurance run.
Final - Texas 4, San Francisco 2.
Texas cuts San Fran Series lead to 2-1.